I don’t know what they are saying, but the devil’s music mixed with J-pop sure makes me want to buy whatever they are selling. I’m not sure which part of this video is making me aroused, but it’s happening.
This talented mofo is back with another episode of ten second songs in twenty different styles! If you want to see more from Anthony Vincent, check him out here.
It seems that Lethal Bizzle’s performance at the 2015 Wireless Festival might have been too much for some fans to resist. At least if this video – which shows the lengths some people went to to catch a glimpse of the action is anything to go by. While security did make some attempts to keep them out, their efforts proved fruitless as the folks on the other side became increasingly frenzied in their efforts to open the gate. A Wireless spokesperson has said that security will be increased from now on.
You’d be hard pressed to find someone who hasn’t seen rapidly ageing teens Olivia Newton-John and John Travolta singing about their mutual attraction in the classic Grease number “You’re the One That I Want.” But Andy Rehfeldt has just recorded a revamp with a sound that’s sure to make ears bleed, and ’50s and ’70s sentimentalists weep. Check it out!
Last year, Rihanna won a multimillion-dollar settlement from her shady accountant. Last night, she exacted revenge on a fictional accountant by kidnapping his wife in a music video. It’s a beautiful day in America. Across the country, badass bitches are smacking their gum a little bit louder, shading their eyebrows in a tad darker, and flipping of street hecklers with even more pep in their step. That’s because last night Rihanna released the video for “Bitch Better Have My Money.”
For some reason, Kanye West decided to perform Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody” at last weekend’s Glastonbury Festival. He didn’t do a very good job, and he should probably avoid the song in the future. Regardless, someone took the time to edit Kanye’s performance with archival footage of Mercury looking on and laughing. Eventually, the clip cuts to Mercury belting out the song as West, well, doesn’t laugh at all.
YG unbuckles his belt and slides down his jeans to right below his hip joint — just enough to show the oatmeal coloured bandages covering his fresh bullet wounds. The rapper, who was shot on June 12, talks to Billboard about the incident, how he hasn’t left the streets behind and what to expect from his new album, ‘Still Krazy.’
Nekrogoblikon have unveiled a brilliant new video, We Need A Gimmick, taken from their Heavy Meta album. The goblin metallers have released a new album this month via Mystery Box Records – and you can check out their latest video – the follow-up to the hilarious No One Survives. Watch it now, and let us know what you think in the comments!